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http://www.eng.fju.edu.tw/English_Literature/19th_c/Romantic_poetry/Romantic_poetry.htm#shelley *Ozymandias, or Ramese II, was pharaoh of Egypt in the thirteenth century B.C. 1. The poem, as an Italian sonnet, can be divided into two parts: the first eight lines (octave) and the next six lines (sestet)...
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http://www.eng.fju.edu.tw/English_Literature/19th_c/Romantic_poetry/Romantic_poetry.htm#shelley *Ozymandias, or Ramese II, was pharaoh of Egypt in the thirteenth century B.C. 1. The poem, as an Italian sonnet, can be divided into two parts: the first eight lines (octave) and the next six lines (sestet)...
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